Learn to Temper the Tantrums in Kids

Children may engage in tantrums to express themselves, test the limits of their independence, and see how they can influence their caregivers with their behavior. Learn how to handle this behavior and keep your cool.

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Who It's For

Parents and caregivers of young children.

Why It Empowers

Tantrums typically occur when children become overwhelmed and don’t yet have the social and emotional maturity to handle the situation. As a result, they appear to “lose it”. This can be frustrating, upsetting, and even embarrassing for the adults involved. With this activity, caregivers can learn how to handle and reduce incidents of tantrum behavior.

What's Needed

  • No materials are needed, just a few minutes of time
  • Patience
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    Meet The Expert

    Shenley Seabrook

    Shenley Seabrook is a Licensed Mental Health Counselor who works primarily with children and adolescents in a private practice setting. She is also a foster parent and lives with her husband and daughter in Indiana. Shenley recently wrote her first children’s book, We Have the Same Heart, which celebrates diversity, inclusion, and community service.